Saturday, June 15, 2013
Newer Better Chargers
The Greatest Line of MacBooks to Date
Apple TV, Making Life Simpler
While these innovations are great and industry defining, in a year Mac will have another product that we couldn't live with before. Beyond the quality products, what sets Apple aside is that their innovation will endure, and the excellent products they sell now will always get better while always being so intuitive, a child could use it.
Today's guest post was provided by Thomas B. from the i-Adapters blog team. He enjoys writing articles on a variety of topics and is always looking for ways to improve himself as a writer.
Saturday, June 15, 2013 by Tech News 24h · 0
Sunday, June 9, 2013
It’s a neverending cycle that goes on and on. To make a solid choice, you need counsel. When deciding between the hottest devices on the smartphone-table market – the Galaxy S4, iPhone 5 and iPad Mini – there’s a definite choice that’s right for you. We’re going to help you find out which one it is, starting with the two hottest smartphones available.
Reparability: Compared to the Galaxy S3, the Galaxy S4 has a stronger shell and source of protection against accidental drops and misplacements. Through drop tests, it’s been shown that the iPhone is stronger, but this causes no need for worry. There are affordable and reliable places for Samsung Galaxy S4 repair like XpressFix.
Bottom Line: If you’re looking for a smartphone with a larger screen that encourages customization, the Galaxy S4 is for you.
Reparability: Since the durability of the iPhone 5 is proven, the need for repair is lessened. But when it hits the ground hard, don’t worry. Quick, foolproof iPhone 5 repair is available through XpressFix.
Bottom Line: If you’re looking for your first smartphone or like the iPhone 4s and want a small upgrade, go with the iPhone 5.
Reparability: Given its size, the iPad is a little more susceptible to harm than smartphones. To prevent screen cracks and other damage, invest in a strong case. And when your case isn’t enough, don’t worry – you won’t have to buy a new iPad. XpressFix offers affordable iPad Mini repair and quick turnaround times.
Bottom Line: If you already have a smartphone you love, get the iPad Mini. If you don’t, go with one of the smartphones mentioned above.
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Jim Stevens the author of this article has read some great reviews on iphone 4s deals currently available online.
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Sunday, December 16, 2012
Throughout the Nortel Auction, a group teaming Microsoft Corp., Apple and Research in Motion Ltd. bought Nortel Networks Corp.’s patents for $4.5 billion out of bankruptcy last year. Google has lost the auction for those patents after making an initial offer of $900 million. This time, Google decided to join Apple in order to escape any further bidding loss after they had both created separate teams to try to get some of Kodak patents.
What lead those two companies to lineup when they could have fought over the patents as they have always done? What incentives did they both have to meet after a long history of business conflict? In order to obey bankruptcy terms, Kodak announced that she would be discharging 1,100 patents of digital imaging sort. Both, Apple and Google were interested in those patents since they represent a technology where they would both want to be successful. Apple and Google knew for sure that those patents will be sold for a very high price that is why they decided to team up to collect a high amount, higher than $500 million dollars, enough to win those patents.
However, spokesmen of all mentioned companies strictly refused to make any official statement. Similarly to every underground discussions, private negotiations or secret lineups, the representatives of these three companies refused to give any legitimate declaration or official statement about any of the news posted on Friday. When asked, Kodak’s spokesman didn’t want to reveal any information not even a small hint related to what’s going on behind the scenes and remained silent about all the declarations and leaks that have been broadcasted. The followers and the people interested in technology and business will have to stay focused on the news if they are willing to be the first to know what this teaming and bidding might produce.
Sunday, December 16, 2012 by Tech News 24h · 0
Thursday, November 29, 2012
To protect your investment, you even bought one of those durable protectors. However, even with such a precaution as that, damage can still occur to your phone. What are the things that "could" happen to your phone? Most importantly, is your phone doomed to the recycle heap should misfortune occur? Don't fret, as there are repairs that can happen for most any problem, if at all possible.
Your toddler ran off with your iPhone and tossed it in the toilet? Don't despair, and please, don't harm your child. With appropriate discipline, your child will learn self-control and respect for other's property, and your phone, with some quick action, can also make a comeback. With two simple steps, your phone could be easily repaired.
- First, dry off the phone completely with a towel.
- Secondly, burry your phone in a bowl of dry white rice for 24 hours. The rice will absorb the moisture and your phone should be working again. I'd pass on cooking the rice, though. It just doesn't sound right to cook with it after employing this technique...
Cracked Screen or Backplate
Your child has run into the street and you throw down your iPhone to run out and retrieve him/her. The child is, thankfully safe and unharmed, but your phone has suffered through this necessary sacrifice. It has a cracked LCD screen, and possibly, a cracked backplate. Do not despair as both of these pieces can be replaced. You could download instructions off the Internet, or take them to a repair shop. It really depends upon how skilled you are with technical repairs. Sometimes, despite following the directions to a "T", something is causing it not to work properly once these pieces are replaced. In that case, go ahead and make that trip to the repair store and don't forget to hug your child.
This problem may have NOTHING to do with a child, (but you never know): Your phone won't charge and there seems to be something wrong. There could be dirt or dust in the charger, perhaps picked up in your bag. (Oh, wait, that was the bag that had the crushed Cherrio's in it..."Blessed child...") Try using Dust Off to blow out any debris, which may do the trick. If not, check to see if it's a problem with the charger. After trying these remedies, you may discover it's a problem with the dock connector. Again, there are instructions online as to how a charger can be replaced, but a repair shop will certainly do the trick and have you back, re-charging your batteries in no time.
Now, you may not even have kids to blame the damage to your iPhone on, it may be a cat or dog, or even, YOU! Of course there's a plausible explanation, even if you can't disclose you clandestine work as a secret agent. There is really no reason to fear as outside getting run over by a car, dropped out of an airplane or stepped on by an elephant, more often than not, there are easy repairs that can be made to your phone, should it become damaged. And oh the stories you can tell and put up on Facebook with a picture, documenting the whole thing!
Thursday, November 29, 2012 by Tech News 24h · 0
Sunday, November 25, 2012
Having access to your iPhone camera all the time revolutionizes the kinds of pictures you end up taking. The simple point and click process means that you need never miss a shot. You can instantly share your photographs using one of the many different services or platforms available, such as Facebook. The quality of the images the iPhone produces is amazing, and even a novice photographer can take excellent pictures.
The iPhone really is perfect for any budding amateur photographer. It’s easy to store and sort your photographs, and the memory of an iPhone offers plenty of storage space. As well as being able to show off your results instantly, you can join your Apple iPhone to your computer which makes it much easier to send your photos out, print them or upload them to social networks. The iPhone camera compares very well with most modern digital cameras, and the results are great even when the lighting is poor. The camera automatically adjusts to difficult lighting conditions, and there’s a built-in flash for those really dark shots.
Always to hand and easy to operate, the iPhone camera is perfect for party shots and snaps of friends and family. However, it shouldn’t just be regarded as a snapshot camera, and the camera on your iPhone is capable of producing results to rival more expensive dedicated cameras. Many serious photographers are now recognizing the power of iPhoneography, and the results they are producing are amazing. There is a gritty sense of realism associated with the work of many iPhoneography enthusiasts. Their photographs cover a range of subjects and genres, but documentary pictures are a particular favourite.
The true creative power of the iPhone camera is unleashed when you start to experiment with the many apps available. Most of these apps are free, and they revolutionize the capabilities of the iPhone camera. Apps allow you to produce panoramic pictures at the press of a button, and open up the worlds of black and white and other creative styles of photography. Photo-editing apps allow you to add frames and borders to pictures, and to adjust exposure, tone and contrast. Once you download some apps, your iPhone becomes a hand-held digital editing device as well as a superb camera.
Although it’s easy to operate straight from the box, it’s worth reading the instructions for an iPhone camera. Various settings can be adjusted, and you can set the camera up to work to your own preferences. Taking a few minutes to learn the more advanced features means you really get the best from the camera.
Sam Jones, the author, has the best iPhone deal available and loves being able to take amazing photos everywhere and anywhere.
Sunday, November 25, 2012 by Tech News 24h · 0
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Plug your iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad into either your computer or the included adapter and charge its battery to full capacity. For older iOS devices, use the included Apple USB cable to charge your device. For newer iPod Touch, iPhone 5 and iPad 4 devices, use the included Apple Lightning connector. To get the most accurate battery life results from the built-in tracker, your device must have a full charge. Do not unplug your device until the battery life indicator reaches “100%”.
Continue to use your iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad under normal circumstances. If you typically spend a lot of your time listening to music, for example, continue to listen to all of your favorite songs and albums. If you typically play video games, continue to play your favorite games or use your desired applications. To get the most accurate reading from the built-in battery life indicator you should not alter your usage habits and instead use your device exactly how you normally would.
Tap the “Settings” application on your device. The same grey “Settings” icon is present on all iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad devices regardless of version.
Tap the “General” menu heading, followed by the “Usage” category. The right side of your device screen will fill with a breakdown of the storage capacity on your device. Each application that you have installed on your device will be listed, accompanied by a breakdown of how much storage space each app is using.
Scroll all the way to the bottom of the main application window until you find the section labeled “Time since last full charge.” The “Usage” category will tell you exactly how much time it has been since your last full charge under normal use. The “Standby” category will tell you exactly how much time it has been since your last full charge while your device was in “Standby” mode. Each listing will be presented in hours and minutes.
Sam Jones, the author, has recently grabber a three mobile deal on the new iPhone but found that his battery was draining very quickly - largely to playing too much angry birds!
Thursday, November 22, 2012 by Tech News 24h · 0
Monday, November 5, 2012
“Customers around the world love the new iPad mini and fourth generation iPad,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “We set a new launch weekend record and practically sold out of iPad minis. We’re working hard to build more quickly to meet the incredible demand.”
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